Interactive map Time travelling with Luxembourg's best castles

With almost 100 castles and ruins spread across the country, the Grand-Duchy has a rich history, with some ruins date back to as early as the 10th Century. Wort.lu lists the top 13 castles and ruins that will transport visitors back in time. More

German hackers Samsung investigating Galaxy S8 'iris hack'

Samsung Electronics is investigating claims by a German hacking group that it fooled the iris recognition system of the new flagship Galaxy S8 device, the firm said Wednesday. More

Luxembourg tours It's splendid summer Segway season

There are many ways to see the sights of Luxembourg, but probably one of the most original ways is astride a two-wheeled electric gyropod vehicle, better known as the Segway. More

Verkéiersverbond Win big by cycling to work until end of July

Campaign aims to get people on their bikes to reduce stress, improve health, teach people to be more independent and reduce amount of gas emissions. And some prizes can be won too. More

Poll Britons would vote to leave Eurovision Song Contest

Despite the UK's song entry this year being called "Never Give Up On You" it seems Britons are not finished severing their ties with Europe, as according to a new poll a majority would "give up" on the Eurovision Song Contest! More

EU Commission Amazon bows to EU's demands on e-books

The EU said Thursday that Amazon had bowed to its demands and agreed to drop clauses requiring e-book publishers to disclose information about their deals with the US retail giant's rivals. More

Freedom House report Global press freedom at 13-year low

Global press freedom has hit a 13-year low, threatened by US President Donald Trump's media bashing and restrictions pursued by both democratic and authoritarian governments, a watchdog said Friday. More